Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Isaiah 5:20
I was sitting at my Brother Dennis’ home when my son Joe called me with the good news that finally after nearly fifty years, Roe Vs. Wade is no longer a federal law. I rejoice over this news, though over 63 million babies have been aborted since this law became in effect since January 1973. Many people protested this decision by the Supreme Court when Roe Vs. Wade passed, and many protests have happened. Some songs were written to try and make the public aware of what was happening. Even I wrote and sang many times a song against abortion called, “Do you Hear the Cry?”
Yet, I say this is a sad day. Why? Because abortion is not outlawed but no longer a federal law. States can chose if they want to carry on this act of murder. I hope that across this land state after state will abolish abortion. More so, I pray for revival and the coming of the Lord, because you can make law but you can’t regulate righteousness. I would hope this historic decision will shut down plan parenthood, and stop the federal funding of abortion. However, this will take a Senate and Congress that will vote to defund these things. It only took an illegal law to open the floodgates of death. It will take a lot more to eradicate everything else.
For the longest time America has been looked up to because we have been good. I think we have stopped being good beginning with abortion. How many countries have we influenced to kill unborn babies. How many people are disgusted at the transgender arguments? How many Christians have become to complacent or weary to continue the fight?
This is a monumental day for sure, but a sad day that it ever happened to begin with and even sadder if we think the battle is over. I believe we need a good dose of repentance. I need it… what about you?